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Stock calendar.apk?

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23rd August 2010, 04:48 PM   |  #1  
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I accidentally deleted the calendar using Titanium backup and now I can't access the calendar. Any one has the calendar.apk or is there another alternative way for better calendar?
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here's how to install the stock android calendar

forum.xda-developers. com/showpost.php?p=7489494&postcount=69

(i can't post links yet)
23rd August 2010, 05:05 PM   |  #3  
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Can you please PM me the link? Thanks
23rd August 2010, 05:10 PM   |  #4  
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Here is what he posted (minus the space he took out)

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23rd August 2010, 05:44 PM   |  #5  
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Thanks, I have google these files but can't find them

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copy the CM5.0.8 for N1 calendar & provider apk to your phone, and install them via file manager or app-installer and verify that the calendar works, once it does, if you want to move them to /system/app go ahead, just reboot one last time if you do.

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Here is Cyanogen'd forum and N1 stable eclair to pull the calendar. I assume these are the same based off the post he reference, no guarantee from me though.
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Here is Cyanogen'd forum and N1 stable eclair to pull the calendar. I assume these are the same based off the post he reference, no guarantee from me though.


It doesn't say anything about calendar on the post.
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the apk's are in the cyanogen rom zip. download the whole zip file from cyanogen (5.08 is the lastest eclair rom) and extract. apk's are in the /system/app folder
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Even better, here is a post I just found with the stock TW Calendar app, plus others: found here, thanks to the3dman
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Even better, here is a post I just found with the stock TW Calendar app, plus others: found here, thanks to the3dman

Thanks a bunch bro! I downloaded Calander provider Apk and Odex and Calander Apk and Odex.zip, but it wont let me install.

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